Chee composes an indulgent world of music and magic, prostitutes and nobles, in a novel that is not so much a novel as it is an immersive performance that lingers in the imagination even after it has ended.
“Zombies” succeeds due to a strong cast, stellar cinematography, and a script that perfectly blends the language of nineteenth century England with the tropes of a monster movie.
“The Rake’s Progress” effectively combined expressive acting, strong musical performances, and technical ingenuity for an entertaining and impressive opera. Aiming high and executing confidently and creatively, the show was truly opera done well.
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A new divide in advertising was on display at this year's Super Bowl.